Properly documenting resident care at long- term and other healthcare facilities has become increasingly challenging. The level of documentation required by insurers, federal and state regulators, and accreditation organizations has increased the administrative burden on nurses, clinicians, and certified nursing assistants (CNAs). Time spent on these administrative tasks reduces the amount of time available for direct resident care, and results in rushed and often inaccurate documentation of activities of daily living (ADLs) and other data.
ADL and care documentation is frequently handled via a combination of written notes and end-of-shift data entry, and these processes often result in underreporting of care. Inaccurate documentation makes shift transitions more complicated, reduces the quality of care for the resident, and can negatively affect reimbursement for the provider.
This white paper will outline the challenges of point-of-care data collection and ADL documentation, as well as the potential benefits of using a voice-based solution in long-term care and other facilities to improve efficiency and data accuracy.
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